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By David Swerdloff, Lane Watson
As Day Pitney reported a year ago, the new Connecticut Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (New Act) is poised to replace the existing Connecticut Limited Liability Company Act (Old Act)...
By Jonathan Tropp, Woo Sin Sean Park
In TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC, No. 16-341 (2017), the Supreme Court upended troublesome and long-standing forum-shopping practices in patent litigation, not to mention the infamous cottage industry of Marshall, Texas, home to more than one-third of all patent cases filed last year.
By Eric D. Fader
CareCore National LLC, a healthcare utilization management company, agreed earlier this month to pay $54 million to settle allegations that it allowed its insurance company customers to inappropriately bill the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
By William Goddard
The New York Department of Financial Services enacted new regulations this week that are aimed to prevent discrimination in auto insurance based upon education or employment.
By Erin M. Healy
Cyberattacks on healthcare systems are becoming more frequent and increasingly devastating. As demonstrated by the recent crippling ransomware attacks on hospital computers
By Susan Huntington
On May 15, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a Kentucky nursing home's use of mandatory arbitration agreements in nursing home admissions.
By Day Pitney LLP
A May 16 article, "U.K. Hospital Ransomware Attacks Show Need for Software Updates," in Bloomberg BNA's Privacy Law Watch and other publications discussed last week's ransomware attacks that hit hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide and crippled more than 16 British hospitals.
By Day Pitney LLP
A May 11 article, "Texas Health System Pays $2.4M to Settle Unauthorized Patient Disclosure," in Bloomberg BNA's Privacy Law Watch and other publications discussed the $2.4 million settlement that Memorial Hermann Health System reached with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights (OCR) after it disclosed a patient's identity in a press release without authorization
By Susan Huntington
OCR's investigation arose from MHHS's disclosure of a single patient's name in a 2015 press release about an incident involving an allegedly fraudulent ID card.
By Heather Weine Brochin, Rachel Gonzalez, Daniel Schwartz, James M. Leva
On May 4, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law a bill banning employers from asking a job applicant about her salary history or relying on salary history to determine...
By Day Pitney LLP
A defendant who is convicted, but for whom the sentencing court delays issuing the final restitution order, must appeal the court's sentence and then separately appeal the court's order of restitution.
By Eric D. Fader
The U.S. House of Representatives' Energy and Commerce Committee and Committee on Ways and Means released a section-by-section summary of the American Health Care Act (AHCA), as passed by the House on May 4. The bill's fate in the Senate cannot yet be predicted with certainty.
By Heather Weine Brochin, Rachel Gonzalez, Patrick McCarthy, Mary Pat Brogan
In New Jersey, whether and how long an employee discharged for misconduct is ineligible to receive unemployment benefits depends on the level of misconduct. Differentiating degrees of misconduct on a scale from simple to severe to gross, however, has proven to be a challenge for the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (the Department).
By Daniel Wenner
Another doctor pleaded guilty in the Biodiagnostic Laboratory Services LLC (BLS) test referral scheme in New Jersey.
By Day Pitney LLP
An article in For the Record magazine entitled "Call In the Reinforcements" discussed what healthcare organizations must do to be prepared to respond in the event they suffer a data breach.
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